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"Ye will say I am no Christian" : the Thomas Jefferson/John Adams correspondence on religion, morals, and values, edited by Bruce Braden

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"Ye will say I am no Christian" : the Thomas Jefferson/John Adams correspondence on religion, morals, and values
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"Ye will say I am no Christian"
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the Thomas Jefferson/John Adams correspondence on religion, morals, and values
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edited by Bruce Braden
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eng
Summary
Presents and analyzes the correspondence between the second and third U.S. presidents on religion and related themes from 1787 to 1826, assessing their views on the relationship between government and religion
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contains biographical information
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DLC
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1743-1826
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Jefferson, Thomas
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973.4/6/0922
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E332.88
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.A23 2006
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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1735-1826
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  • Adams, John
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  • Jefferson, Thomas
  • Adams, John
  • Jefferson, Thomas
  • Adams, John
  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Christianity and politics
  • Social values
  • Statesmen
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"Ye will say I am no Christian" : the Thomas Jefferson/John Adams correspondence on religion, morals, and values, edited by Bruce Braden
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • 3
  • 33
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 28, 1813): Natural versus artificial aristocracy
  • 101
  • 34
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 14, 1813): A second set of Ten Commandments
  • 108
  • 35
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 15, 1813): Aristocracies
  • 111
  • 36
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (April 20, 1812): Richmond and Wabash prophets
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 3, 1813): Honor the gods established by law
  • 118
  • 37
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 25, 1813): I return to Priestley
  • 124
  • 38
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 24, 1814): Such tricks have been played
  • 129
  • 39
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 1814): Looking into Oriental history and Hindoo religion
  • 25
  • 133
  • 40
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (July 5, 1814): Use of Plato to construct artificial Christianity
  • 138
  • 41
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 16, 1814): Platonic Christianity has received a mortal wound
  • 140
  • 42
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 19, 1815): Science, religion, government need reform
  • 142
  • 4
  • 43
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 20, 1815): Whether priests and kings shall rule by fictional miracles
  • 144
  • 44
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 22, 1815): Acts of the saints (Acta Sanctorum)
  • 146
  • 45
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 10, 1815): Acta Sanctorum: A mass of lies, a farrago of falsehood
  • 151
  • 46
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 1, 1812): Charges of corruption
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 24, 1815): Acta Sanctorum: A most complete history of the corruption of Christianity
  • 152
  • 47
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 13, 1815): Another St. Bartholomew's Day threatened
  • 152
  • 48
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 11, 1816): Arts and sciences soften and correct the manners and morals of men
  • 154
  • 49
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 2, 1816): The people wish to be deceived
  • 27
  • 156
  • 50
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (March 2, 1816): Who and what is this Fate?
  • 160
  • 51
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (April 8, 1816): A good world on the whole
  • 163
  • 52
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 3, 1816): If "afterlife" is fraud, we shall never know it
  • 166
  • 5
  • 53
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 6, 1816): Use of grief/Grimm/Pascal/History of Jesus
  • 170
  • 54
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 1, 1816): Dreams of the future better than history of the past
  • 174
  • 55
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 9, 1816): Van der Kemp/Quality of life/Jesuits
  • 176
  • 56
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 3, 1812): Spreading delusions
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 3, 1816): Cross most fatal example of abuse of grief
  • 178
  • 57
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 30, 1816): Priestley on Dupuis's Origin of All Cults
  • 181
  • 58
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 14, 1816): Essence of virtue is in doing good to others
  • 182
  • 59
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 4, 1816): Purify Christendom from corruptions
  • 27
  • 185
  • 60
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (November 25, 1816): Bible societies
  • 186
  • 61
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 12, 1816): Be just and good
  • 187
  • 62
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 16, 1816): Greatest fictions immortalized in art
  • 188
  • 6
  • 63
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 11, 1817): They supposed they knew my religion
  • 190
  • 64
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 2, 1817): Passions and interests generally prevail
  • 191
  • 65
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (April 19, 1817): I never can be a misanthrope
  • 192
  • 66
  • The Correspondence
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (June 11, 1812): Indian traditions
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (May 5, 1817): Resurrection of Connecticut to light
  • 194
  • 67
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 18, 1817): You think Protestant Popedom is annihilated in America?
  • 195
  • 68
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 26, 1817): Controversy between spiritualists and materialists
  • 197
  • 69
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 15, 1817): I choose to laugh
  • 28
  • 199
  • 70
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (October 10, 1817): Will their religion allow it?
  • 199
  • 71
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 28, 1818): A mind too inquisitive for Connecticut
  • 200
  • 72
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (May 17, 1818): I am glad he is gone to Kentucky
  • 201
  • 7
  • 73
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 29, 1818): His system is founded in hope, not fear
  • 202
  • 74
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 18, 1818): Dr
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 28, 1812): Indian metaphysical science
  • 32
  • 8
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (October 12, 1812): New England histories/Wollaston
  • 36
  • 9
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (December 28, 1812): Wollaston/Thomas Morton
  • 23
  • 42
  • 10
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (May 27, 1813): Death of Benjamin Rush/Indian origins
  • 48
  • 11
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 29, 1813): Unitarians/Lindsey's memoirs
  • 51
  • 12
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 10, 1813): Letter to Dr. Joseph Priestley
  • 53
  • 1
  • 13
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 11, 1813): The living and the dead
  • 55
  • 14
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (June 15, 1813): Enemies of reform
  • 55
  • 15
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 25, 1813): Spiritual tyranny beginning
  • 58
  • 16
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 10, 1787): Reformations
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 28, 1813): Denunciations of the priesthood
  • 60
  • 17
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 30, 1813): Terrorism of the day
  • 64
  • 18
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 1813): The most lying tongue
  • 68
  • 19
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 9, 1813): Histories are annihilated
  • 23
  • 70
  • 20
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 13, 1813): Inequalities of mind and body
  • 73
  • 21
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 15, 1813): The progress of the human mind
  • 75
  • 22
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 16, 1813): Promise to Benjamin Rush
  • 77
  • 2
  • 23
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 18, 1813): More to say on religion
  • 80
  • 24
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 22, 1813): Dr. Priestley says ...
  • 83
  • 25
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 9, 1813): Bible compared with other scripture
  • 85
  • 26
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 10, 1812): Prophecies
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August [14?] 1813): Theognis lived 540 years before Jesus
  • 86
  • 27
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 22, 1813): The basis for my own faith
  • 87
  • 28
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 14, 1813): Ye will say I am no Christian
  • 89
  • 29
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 15, 1813): No mind, but one, can see
  • 23
  • 93
  • 30
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 22, 1813): Zeno and his disciples too Christian?
  • 94
  • 31
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September [or October 4], 1813): How much of Judeo-Christianity was learned from Babylon, Egypt, and Persia
  • 96
  • 32
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 12, 1813): Cutting verse by verse out
  • 98
  • 77
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 8, 1818): If I did not believe in a future state
  • 204
  • 78
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 29, 1819): How has it happened?
  • 205
  • 79
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 13, 1819): Abolish polytheism
  • 205
  • 80
  • Mayhew
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (March 21, 1819): Eccentricities of planets
  • 206
  • 81
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 21, 1819): The world is dead
  • 206
  • 82
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (December 10, 1819): Follow truth, eschew error
  • 207
  • 83
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 21, 1819): To render all prayer futile
  • 202
  • 207
  • 84
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 20, 1820): God: An essence we know nothing of
  • 208
  • 85
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (March 14, 1820): The ablest metaphysicians
  • 208
  • 86
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 12, 1820): The cause of all is beyond conception
  • 210
  • 75
  • 87
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 15, 1820): This heresy of immaterialism
  • 211
  • 88
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 22, 1821): We prescribe a cure for others
  • 213
  • 89
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 3, 1821): Free government and the Roman Catholic religion can never exist together
  • 215
  • 90
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (October 20, 1818): The dear partner of my life lies in extremis
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 19, 1821): Surrender hope
  • 216
  • 91
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 24, 1821): Hope springs eternal
  • 217
  • 92
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (June 1, 1822): When all our faculties are gone, is death an evil?/War
  • 217
  • 93
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 11, 1822): Death is a blessing/Globe is a theater of war
  • 203
  • 219
  • 94
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (March 10, 1823): Right and justice have hard fare
  • 219
  • 95
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (April 11, 1823): Virgin birth of Jesus classed with fable
  • 220
  • 96
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 15, 1823): Dr. Priestley came to breakfast
  • 224
  • 76
  • 97
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (September 4, 1823): Art of printing changed the world
  • 226
  • 98
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 12, 1823): The evening of our lives
  • 226
  • 99
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 8, 1825): Experiments on the nervous system/Soul?
  • 227
  • 100
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (November 13, 1818): I know well and feel what you have lost
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 22, 1825): This awful blasphemy
  • 229
  • 101
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 23, 1825): Liberty of conscience, right of free inquiry
  • 230
  • 102
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 25, 1825): I like him much for his curiosity
  • 231
  • 103
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 1, 1825): Rather go forward, meet what is to come
  • 204
  • 231
Control code
ocm61204299
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
258 pages
Isbn
9781591023562
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2005020528
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)61204299
Label
"Ye will say I am no Christian" : the Thomas Jefferson/John Adams correspondence on religion, morals, and values, edited by Bruce Braden
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 3
  • 33
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 28, 1813): Natural versus artificial aristocracy
  • 101
  • 34
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 14, 1813): A second set of Ten Commandments
  • 108
  • 35
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 15, 1813): Aristocracies
  • 111
  • 36
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (April 20, 1812): Richmond and Wabash prophets
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 3, 1813): Honor the gods established by law
  • 118
  • 37
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 25, 1813): I return to Priestley
  • 124
  • 38
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 24, 1814): Such tricks have been played
  • 129
  • 39
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 1814): Looking into Oriental history and Hindoo religion
  • 25
  • 133
  • 40
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (July 5, 1814): Use of Plato to construct artificial Christianity
  • 138
  • 41
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 16, 1814): Platonic Christianity has received a mortal wound
  • 140
  • 42
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 19, 1815): Science, religion, government need reform
  • 142
  • 4
  • 43
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 20, 1815): Whether priests and kings shall rule by fictional miracles
  • 144
  • 44
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 22, 1815): Acts of the saints (Acta Sanctorum)
  • 146
  • 45
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 10, 1815): Acta Sanctorum: A mass of lies, a farrago of falsehood
  • 151
  • 46
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 1, 1812): Charges of corruption
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 24, 1815): Acta Sanctorum: A most complete history of the corruption of Christianity
  • 152
  • 47
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 13, 1815): Another St. Bartholomew's Day threatened
  • 152
  • 48
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 11, 1816): Arts and sciences soften and correct the manners and morals of men
  • 154
  • 49
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 2, 1816): The people wish to be deceived
  • 27
  • 156
  • 50
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (March 2, 1816): Who and what is this Fate?
  • 160
  • 51
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (April 8, 1816): A good world on the whole
  • 163
  • 52
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 3, 1816): If "afterlife" is fraud, we shall never know it
  • 166
  • 5
  • 53
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 6, 1816): Use of grief/Grimm/Pascal/History of Jesus
  • 170
  • 54
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 1, 1816): Dreams of the future better than history of the past
  • 174
  • 55
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 9, 1816): Van der Kemp/Quality of life/Jesuits
  • 176
  • 56
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 3, 1812): Spreading delusions
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 3, 1816): Cross most fatal example of abuse of grief
  • 178
  • 57
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 30, 1816): Priestley on Dupuis's Origin of All Cults
  • 181
  • 58
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 14, 1816): Essence of virtue is in doing good to others
  • 182
  • 59
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (November 4, 1816): Purify Christendom from corruptions
  • 27
  • 185
  • 60
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (November 25, 1816): Bible societies
  • 186
  • 61
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 12, 1816): Be just and good
  • 187
  • 62
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 16, 1816): Greatest fictions immortalized in art
  • 188
  • 6
  • 63
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 11, 1817): They supposed they knew my religion
  • 190
  • 64
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 2, 1817): Passions and interests generally prevail
  • 191
  • 65
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (April 19, 1817): I never can be a misanthrope
  • 192
  • 66
  • The Correspondence
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (June 11, 1812): Indian traditions
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (May 5, 1817): Resurrection of Connecticut to light
  • 194
  • 67
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 18, 1817): You think Protestant Popedom is annihilated in America?
  • 195
  • 68
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 26, 1817): Controversy between spiritualists and materialists
  • 197
  • 69
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 15, 1817): I choose to laugh
  • 28
  • 199
  • 70
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (October 10, 1817): Will their religion allow it?
  • 199
  • 71
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 28, 1818): A mind too inquisitive for Connecticut
  • 200
  • 72
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (May 17, 1818): I am glad he is gone to Kentucky
  • 201
  • 7
  • 73
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 29, 1818): His system is founded in hope, not fear
  • 202
  • 74
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 18, 1818): Dr
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 28, 1812): Indian metaphysical science
  • 32
  • 8
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (October 12, 1812): New England histories/Wollaston
  • 36
  • 9
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (December 28, 1812): Wollaston/Thomas Morton
  • 23
  • 42
  • 10
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (May 27, 1813): Death of Benjamin Rush/Indian origins
  • 48
  • 11
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 29, 1813): Unitarians/Lindsey's memoirs
  • 51
  • 12
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 10, 1813): Letter to Dr. Joseph Priestley
  • 53
  • 1
  • 13
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 11, 1813): The living and the dead
  • 55
  • 14
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (June 15, 1813): Enemies of reform
  • 55
  • 15
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 25, 1813): Spiritual tyranny beginning
  • 58
  • 16
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 10, 1787): Reformations
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 28, 1813): Denunciations of the priesthood
  • 60
  • 17
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 30, 1813): Terrorism of the day
  • 64
  • 18
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 1813): The most lying tongue
  • 68
  • 19
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 9, 1813): Histories are annihilated
  • 23
  • 70
  • 20
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 13, 1813): Inequalities of mind and body
  • 73
  • 21
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 15, 1813): The progress of the human mind
  • 75
  • 22
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 16, 1813): Promise to Benjamin Rush
  • 77
  • 2
  • 23
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 18, 1813): More to say on religion
  • 80
  • 24
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 22, 1813): Dr. Priestley says ...
  • 83
  • 25
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 9, 1813): Bible compared with other scripture
  • 85
  • 26
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 10, 1812): Prophecies
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August [14?] 1813): Theognis lived 540 years before Jesus
  • 86
  • 27
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 22, 1813): The basis for my own faith
  • 87
  • 28
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 14, 1813): Ye will say I am no Christian
  • 89
  • 29
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 15, 1813): No mind, but one, can see
  • 23
  • 93
  • 30
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 22, 1813): Zeno and his disciples too Christian?
  • 94
  • 31
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September [or October 4], 1813): How much of Judeo-Christianity was learned from Babylon, Egypt, and Persia
  • 96
  • 32
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 12, 1813): Cutting verse by verse out
  • 98
  • 77
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 8, 1818): If I did not believe in a future state
  • 204
  • 78
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 29, 1819): How has it happened?
  • 205
  • 79
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 13, 1819): Abolish polytheism
  • 205
  • 80
  • Mayhew
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (March 21, 1819): Eccentricities of planets
  • 206
  • 81
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 21, 1819): The world is dead
  • 206
  • 82
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (December 10, 1819): Follow truth, eschew error
  • 207
  • 83
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 21, 1819): To render all prayer futile
  • 202
  • 207
  • 84
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 20, 1820): God: An essence we know nothing of
  • 208
  • 85
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (March 14, 1820): The ablest metaphysicians
  • 208
  • 86
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 12, 1820): The cause of all is beyond conception
  • 210
  • 75
  • 87
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (August 15, 1820): This heresy of immaterialism
  • 211
  • 88
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 22, 1821): We prescribe a cure for others
  • 213
  • 89
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 3, 1821): Free government and the Roman Catholic religion can never exist together
  • 215
  • 90
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (October 20, 1818): The dear partner of my life lies in extremis
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (May 19, 1821): Surrender hope
  • 216
  • 91
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (September 24, 1821): Hope springs eternal
  • 217
  • 92
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (June 1, 1822): When all our faculties are gone, is death an evil?/War
  • 217
  • 93
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (June 11, 1822): Death is a blessing/Globe is a theater of war
  • 203
  • 219
  • 94
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (March 10, 1823): Right and justice have hard fare
  • 219
  • 95
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (April 11, 1823): Virgin birth of Jesus classed with fable
  • 220
  • 96
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (August 15, 1823): Dr. Priestley came to breakfast
  • 224
  • 76
  • 97
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (September 4, 1823): Art of printing changed the world
  • 226
  • 98
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (October 12, 1823): The evening of our lives
  • 226
  • 99
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (January 8, 1825): Experiments on the nervous system/Soul?
  • 227
  • 100
  • Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (November 13, 1818): I know well and feel what you have lost
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 22, 1825): This awful blasphemy
  • 229
  • 101
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (January 23, 1825): Liberty of conscience, right of free inquiry
  • 230
  • 102
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (February 25, 1825): I like him much for his curiosity
  • 231
  • 103
  • John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (December 1, 1825): Rather go forward, meet what is to come
  • 204
  • 231
Control code
ocm61204299
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
258 pages
Isbn
9781591023562
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2005020528
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)61204299

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